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“The Rescue” Throws The Mandalorian into “Star Wars” Lore

“The Rescue” gives “Star Wars” fans everything they could have hoped for, but somehow that ends up being slightly disappointing to the show’s mythos. Spoilers abound in what’s coming – if you haven’t watched the episode, you really should do so now. And also, how are you not already spoiled. Now shoo! There’s a review […]

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The Original Star Wars Trilogy – Star Wars Recall | Impending Fascination

The Original Star Wars Trilogy – Star Wars Recall | Impending Fascination ​As we get ready for #RiseofSkywalker, I’m taking a look back at the series as a whole.  Some early script drafts could have made for a very different #original #starwars #trilogy:

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The Original Star Wars Trilogy – Star Wars Recall

How do you review the original ‘Star Wars’ trilogy and bring something new to the table? I thought instead of trying to add what my opinion of the films is; I would take a look at what could have been. The moments we all know vaguely of, but that were deleted from scripts before filming began. Here’s the next entry in my ‘Star Wars Recall’ series. Get ready for alternate ‘Star Wars.

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Sphero Is Getting Out Of The Licensed Products Game

Sphero, the company that brought app controlled versions of BB-8 and R2-D2 home, is discontinuing it’s licensed product line. The company also makes characters from the ‘Cars’ series, as well as a talking Spider-Man.  The reasoning is purely economical – as Sphero President Paul Berberian points out: “When you launch a toy, your first year’s your […]

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Star Wars Is On Sale At ThinkGeek

What do you get a ‘Star Wars’ fan who has everything for Christmas?  More ‘Star Wars’ stuff, of course.  I mean, have you met us?  ThinkGeek is coming in just in time to help with that idea.  Head over to their online store (sorry, this deal isn’t valid for the brick and mortar shops) to get […]

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Disney Announces New Star Wars Kids Website And YouTube Channel

Disney has announced it is launching starwarskids.com and a new YouTube channel that will feature content from the site.  Beginning November 30th, kids (and probably a lot of adults) can catch “Galaxy of Adventure”, 6 new short animated versions of classic ‘Star Wars’ moments.  James Waugh, Lucasfilm’s vice president for franchise content and strategy, had this […]

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